Hereford FC’s Tom Owen-Evans has signed an 18-month contract with The Bulls after impressing during his initial two-month non-contract spell.
The Bristol-born youngster arrived at Edgar Street in October, after being released from Scottish Championship side Falkirk.
Head of Football at Edgar Street, Tim Harris, is pleased that he has now been able to put pen-to-paper on a deal with The Bulls:
“Tom has come in and done extremely well both on the pitch and with his attitude in training and in the dressing room. His ability has been there for all to see, and he has chipped in with a couple of valuable goals.
“After arriving on non-contract terms I am delighted that we have been able to make his stay more permanent. He is really enjoying his time here and we are delighted with what he has brought to the squad.”
The 21-year-old has featured 12 times for The Bulls, starting 11 matches and scoring three goals since arriving ahead of the Boston away game towards the end of October.
“I am sure Tom will continue to impress out on the pitch and we look forward to seeing what the coming 18 months have in store for him” Harris added.